Monthly Archives: July 2016

A Country Walk – 28th July 2016

Met Graham in Henfield at 11am with a route in mind to get us to Partridge Green for lunchtime.  Only one potential problem, the route as planned used a footbridge to cross the river Adur, and it had been closed … Continue reading

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Peter Messer gives a talk

On the 20th July Jackie and I went to Lewes for a quick supper at the Lewes Arms complete with Harveys Best and Butcombe Hop Eye before going on to hear artist in egg tempera Peter Messer talk about his work. … Continue reading

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Coach trip to Piddington Roman Villa

Sunday 17th July and out of the house by 7.30am to meet a coach in town for a journey to near junction 15 of the M1.  Here, in a field between Milton Keynes and Northampton, in the second century AD, … Continue reading

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As soon as this pub closes . . . .

. . . the revolution starts. And its coming from a strange direction.  I have occasionally cried out, ‘Eat the rich’, partly for effect, partly so as not to waste a resource upon which huge amounts of resources have been … Continue reading

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To Horsham for a beer

Yesterday took a number 17 bus to Horsham to visit the Dark Star’s newest bar, the Anchor Tap in East Street, Horsham.  East Street is in the centre of Horsham, only yards from teh Carfax (whatever one of those is) … Continue reading

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Second try – a walk before the rain

29th June and rain predicted by noon so Jerry and I set out early, well 9am. Across the race course and behind west Woodingdean before heading down into Castle Hill National Nature Reserve.  Downland grassy banks with orchids, meadowsweet, a … Continue reading

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A walk on the Downs before rain

On the 29th June rain was predicted for noon so our walk started at 9am. A few miles got us into the valleys which contain Castle Hill national Nature Reserve.  Grassy slopes of orchids, meadowsweet and a yellow vetch plus lots … Continue reading

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